New Road Team

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NRT
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Full nameNew Road Team
Nickname(s)NRT
Founded1934; 87 years ago (1934)
GroundDasarath Rangasala Stadium,
Kathmandu, Nepal
Capacity15,000
LeagueMartyr's Memorial A-Division League
WebsiteClub website

New Road Team (Nepali: न्यु रोड टिम) (better known by its abbreviation NRT), is a Nepalese multi-sports club, widely known for its football achievements. The club is based in Kathmandu. They compete in the Martyr's Memorial A-Division League. Besides football, the club is involved in cricket, billiards etc.

History[edit]

New Road Team, with European players.

NRT was established in 1991 BS (1934 AD).[1] Besides sports, the club was also active in mobilizing youth against the autocratic Rana regime. NRT is the oldest existing club in the Nepal.

Organization[edit]

The executive body has 17 members executive committee to formulate annual plans and programs. In addition, NRT has a committee of patrons comprising 30 Veteran members of the club. They monitor the executive committee and pursue to follow the annual plans and programs. However, they do not interfere in day-to-day administration of the club. NRT has about 200 voting members, 100 non-voting members and 50 players’ members.

Recent Years[edit]

2013–2014 season[edit]

For the season of 2013–2014 club decided not to participate in league and other domestic competitions. NRT were automatically demoted 'B' Division for not registering their team at ANFA for league season.[2]

Achievements[edit]

1960/61, 1962/63, 1978, 1995
1985
1998

Current squad[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Pos. Nation Player
1 GK Nepal   NEP Ajit Prajapati
2 DF Nepal   NEP Roshan Lamichane
3 DF Nepal   NEP Rajan Adhikari
4 DF Nepal   NEP Rajib Gurung
6 MF Nigeria NGA Olyanika Esris
7 DF Nigeria NGA Sulaiman Olansile Wasiu
No. Pos. Nation Player
8 FW Nepal   NEP Laxman Ruchal
9 FW Nigeria NGA Babatunde Akeem Oladimeji
10 FW Nepal   NEP Subash Gurung B
11 MF Nigeria NGA Ibrahim Olaide Rahman
12 FW Nepal   NEP Bahar Laksamba
13 MF Ghana GHA Aaron Blackie
14 DF Nepal   NEP Jitendra Karki
15 DF Nigeria NGA Aziz Saheed
16 FW Nigeria NGA Eyitayo Segun Akinde

Performance in AFC competitions[edit]

1986: Qualifying Stage
1997: First Round
2010: Group Stage

Detailed timeline[edit]

The events are as follows

  • 1991 B.S. – From this year NRT started participating in Regional Football Tournaments
  • 2004 B.S. – First Tribhuvan Challenge Shield – NRT started participating in National Football Tournaments from this year.
  • 1985 A.D. – Asian Club Championship Football – Sri Lanka
  • 1985 – 1986: New Road Team Group 3 (Colombo, Sri Lanka); Qualifying Round PIA-New Road Team 0–0
  • 2052 B.S. – Martyrs Memorial Football – League Champion
  • 2053 B.S. – 16th Asian Championship Football (New Delhi) – Lost in Tie-Breaker
  • 2053 B.S. – Birthday Cup Football Tournament – Kathmandu
  • 2054 B.S. – Khukuri Filter Football Tournament – Pokhara – Reached Final
  • 2054 B.S. – Martyrs Memorial Football – Second Position
  • 2054 B.S. – Earthquake Relief Football Tournament – IIam
  • 2054 B.S. – Shree Mahendra Gold Cup – Biratnagar – First Position
  • 2054 B.S. – Coca-Cola League Football Tournament – Nepalgunj – Reached Final – Selected in National League Football Tournament
  • 2054 B.S. – National League Football Tournament – Reached Semi-Final
  • 2054 B.S. – Amatya Gold Cup Football Tournament – Birgunj
  • 2054 B.S. – Airlines Cup Football Tournament – Kolkota
  • 2054 B.S. – Khukuri Cup Football Tournament –
  • 2055 B.S. – Martyr Bijay Memorial Football Tournament – Darjeeling – Reached Final
  • 2055 B.S. – Budha Subba Football Tournament – Dharan
  • 2055 B.S. – Chief Minister Gold Cup Football Tournament – Sikkim
  • 2055 B.S. – ANFA Coca-Cola National League Football Tournament
  • 2055 B.S. – Tilotma Gold Cup Football Tournament – Butwal
  • 2056 B.S. – Budha Subba Gold Cup – Dharan
  • 2056 B.S. – Birthday Cup Football Tournament – Kathmandu
  • 2056 B.S. – Mahendra Gold Cup Football Tournament – Biratnagar
  • 2056 B.S. – Amatya Gold Cup Football Tournament – Birgunj – Reached Final
  • 2056 B.S. – Khukuri Cup Football Tournament – Nepalgunj
  • 2057 B.S. – Tilotma Gold Cup Football Tournament – Butwal – Reached Final
  • 2057 B.S. – Martyrs Memorial Football Tournament – Reached Super Six Premier League
  • 2057 B.S. – Governor Gold Cup – Kalimpong
  • 2057 B.S. – Birthday Cup Football Tournament
  • 2057 B.S. – Budha Subba Gold Cup – Dharan
  • 2057 B.S. – Laxman Thapa Gold Cup Football Tournament – Birgunj
  • 2057 B.S. – Birthday Cup Football Tournament – Narayanghat
  • 2060 B.S. – 4th Position in Martyr's Memorial ANFA San Miguel League – Kathmandu
  • 2060 B.S. – Martyr's Memorial ANFA Invitational Football Tournament 1st to 14th Dec.'03
  • 2060 B.S. – Khukuri Cup – 4th Position
  • 2061 B.S. – 7th Position in Martyr's Memorial ANFA San Miguel League -Kathmandu
  • 2062 B.S. – 6th Position in Martyr's Mamorial ANFA San Miguel League – Kathmandu
  • 2062 B.S. – 1st Position in Nepal Bank U 14 Junior League
  • 2063 B.S. – 8th Position in Martyr's Memorial ANFA San Miguel League – Kathmandu
  • 2063 B.S. – Semi-Finalist Budha Subba Gold Cup
  • 2064 B.S. – Jan Aandolan II Sahid Smriti Football Tournament – 2nd position – Hetauda
  • 2064 B.S. – Chief Minister's Gold Cup – Sikkim
  • 2064 B.S. – Winner of Governor's Gold Cup – Gantok, Sikkim

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